Debbie Elliott After a stint on Capitol Hill, NPR National Correspondent Debbie Elliott is back covering the news in her native South.
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Top Alabama Lawmakers Embroiled In Political Scandal

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11 States Sue Obama Administration Over Transgender Student Guidance

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Unisex signs hang outside bathrooms at Toast Paninoteca in Durham, N.C. Sara D. Davis/Getty Images hide caption

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Transgender Rights, The New Front In The Culture Wars

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The staple at legendary Prince's is fiery hot fried chicken, always served on white bread, with pickles. Danielle Atkins/Courtesy of Spring House Press hide caption

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How A Cheating Man Gave Rise To Nashville's Hot Chicken Craze

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Presidential candidate George Wallace reaches out for the hands of his supporters at the Texas State Convention of his American Independent Party, Dallas, Sept. 17, 1968. PhotoQuest/Getty Images hide caption

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Is Donald Trump A Modern-Day George Wallace?

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Hundreds of people participate in a rally to remove the Confederate battle emblem from the Mississippi flag outside the state Capitol in Jackson, Miss., on Feb. 18, a month after flag supporters gathered there for their own event. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Reverence And Rage: Southerners Battle Over Relics Of The Confederacy

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Hillary Clinton Claims Dominant Win In Mississippi

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Trump, Cruz Pay Attention To Mississippi Leading Up To GOP Primary

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White Police Officer In Alabama Charged With Black Man's Death

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Theresa Burroughs, 80, stands by a photograph of her as a young woman getting arrested for trying to register to vote. The right is sacred to her today. "Every time there's a vote, I go," she said. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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In Alabama's Rural Black Belt, An Uphill Climb For Bernie Sanders

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Louisiana is in line for the biggest share of fines and settlements because it had the most damage in the spill. The restoration effort in the Caminada Headlands is one of the largest coastal restoration projects ever in the state. CWPPRA/Flickr hide caption

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Is The BP Oil Spill Settlement Money Being Well-Spent?

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Mardi Gras Spectators in Mobile, Ala., in 2010. Buyenlarge/Getty Images hide caption

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For Mardi Gras, Les Bon Temps Rouler In Mobile, Ala., Too

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Need A Public Defender In New Orleans? Get In Line

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'Act Of God' Blamed By Energy Company For Decade-Old Oil Spill

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White House Offers Incentives To States Holding Out On Expanding Medicaid

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